What's Happening

See what's happening in Selma and Dallas County.

  • Terminator Exterminating
  • Cornerstone Realty
  • Legacy Properties
  • Pinebelt Wireless
  • Frazer Group
  • Town Country Real Estate
  • St Pauls Episcopal Selma
  • First Cahawba Bank
  • State Farm Insovqfip

Month Flat Week Day

Edmundite Missions Free Summer Program

Monday, Jun 06, 2016 8:00 am

From 8am-1pm across from Bosco Nutrition at 1108 Griffin Avenue

Program will include 

  • Banking/Finance
  • Computers
  • Arts/Crafts
  • Games
  • Leadership
  • College/Career
  • Sports

For more information call Sister Kathy at 334-455-0929

 

Sensational Selma Summer at the Library

Monday, Jun 06, 2016 10:00 am

Held during June and July 

Some programs have limited seating and age recommendations.

Teen Talk is for ages 13-18-Come early and get your ticket for all limited seating events-Group leaaders must reserve for over 10 children-Programs end on Thursday, July 21, 2016. www.selmalibrary.org Sensational Selma Summer

 

The Forgotten Freedom Summer of 1965: The Voting Rights Movement in Wilcox County,AL

Monday, Jun 06, 2016 2:00 pm

The Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail invites you to join us on Monday, June 6, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. at the Larry D. Striplin Performing Arts Center at 1000 Selma Ave., Selma, AL 36701.  Nationally known Civil Rights veteran and author Maria Gitin will share stories of her participation, and other activists’ participation in voter registration efforts in rural Wilcox County, Alabama. Following her presentation, she will be available for signing her book “This Bright Light of Ours: Stories from the Voting Rights Fight.”  Books will be available for purchase ahead of the event at the Selma Interpretive Center, and at the event.  Only checks and cash will be accepted at the event.

 

 

In the months following The Selma Voting Rights Movement, and the Selma to Montgomery Voting Rights March, African Americans continued to face obstacles in trying to register to vote.  Wilcox County is only one of several counties where African Americans struggled to register to vote. Hundreds of students from around the nation worked with organizations to assist in the effort.  Maria Gitin was one of those students. This program is FREE and open to the public. For more information, contact Park Ranger Theresa Hall at (334) 872-0509 or visit www.nps.gov/semo.